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How Can You Reduce "Cyberspace Risk" To Your Child Or Teen?

Posted: February 18, 2019

How Can You Reduce "Cyberspace Risk" To Your Child Or Teen?


1.         There are programs designed to block or filter the materials your computer may call up. These may be purchased at most computer stores, or downloaded through the internet. While providing some help, these programs enjoy limited success. Most service providers do their best to prevent distribution of such materials through their service and some offer password protected programs to open certain categories or "chat boxes." The bottom line is, however, basic parenting skills.

Does fighting make you better at self defense?

Posted: February 13, 2019

Training Fact vs. Reality:

 Many will tell you that the only way to test your skills was to engage in combat with others regularly. What if we told you that was not as true as others who do such would like you to believe. I know you might have a nagging voice i your mind going "Yeah right, that’s the only way to know". Well lets dissect a common self-defense situation and see if you still feel the same at the end of this post!

1. Ok who is likely to attack you? Is it a trained fighter? The answer is most certainly NO! Attackers are usually people with little or no formal training looking to victimize someone they feel will not pose a challenge to them. They have not trained for what to do when someone fights back or is not scared of them.

The Crisis of Childhood Obesity

Posted: February 04, 2019

Childhood Obesity

By Garland Johnson

Martial Art Spirit

Posted: January 28, 2019


On his reason for giving away his fortune, Chow says, “The money’s not mine. I’m only keeping it safe for the time being.” Expressing that money is not the source of happiness, he added, “My dream is to be a happy and normal person. The hardest thing in life is not about how much money you earn, but how to keep a peaceful mindset and live the rest of your life in a simple and carefree manner.”

Rydal grandmother becomes black belt

Posted: January 21, 2019

Being promoted to a first degree black belt at 69, Annie Carter is proof that age is just a number. For the past three years, the Rydal resident has trained at Choi Kwang Do Martial Art in Cartersville, trying to earn a black belt by her 70th birthday. "It started with me taking my grandchildren to do martial arts, and I'm sitting there and I'm watching them," Carter said. "Then that April they had a special for parents. If your children are in there, you can take it for a month to see how you like it. Well, I started taking it and I was hooked. I think that was in either 2008 or 2009 and I've been going two or three times a week ever since. [In the past] I've joined health clubs and all these exercise places and you pay for a year and I go two or three months and then I don't feel like going. But this is fun. "I feel like I'm accomplishing something. I didn't even realize it at the time but through the martial arts, through Choi Kwang Do, I've got my blood pressure under control. My diabetes is under control and in the past three years I've lost 44 pounds. So healthwise it has been very effective for me. Before I had problems with my back and thank God, I haven't had an episode since I've been going. And mentally, it keeps me alert. I'm just having fun right now with it."

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